Sometimes your home life can be even more bizarre than anything you see in any movie, anywhere. Especially if John Skipp, Andrew Kasch, FX legend Mark Shostrom, Cody Goodfellow, and Buz Wallick have anything to say about it. Get ready to get teased in the strangest of ways.
From the Press Release
Co-directors John Skipp and Andrew Kasch announce their full-time filmmaking partnership with a 15-second trailer for the short bizarro horror/comedy Stay at Home Dad. With both screenplay and soundtrack by Cody Goodfellow, the insane premise “starts with a guy with giant boobs, nursing his baby and crying a lot. Then it gets weird from there.”
The jaw-dropping 15-minute film stars Matthew Currie Holmes (Wrong Turn 2), Alisha Seaton (The Fourth Kind), Trent Haaga (Terror Firmer), Richard Grove (Army of Darkness), Diane Goldner (Feast I-III), and Kat Harris (Body of Proof). Lensed by Buz “Danger” Wallick (Never Sleep Again: The Elm St. Legacy), FX legend Mark Shostrom (Evil Dead II) and his team bring the man-boobs, gore, and other surprises, with a hallucinatory dream sequence designed by Phil Mucci (Opeth’s The Devil’s Orchard) and stop-motion animator Michael Granberry (Robot Chicken).
It’s a family affair for modern Lovecraft pioneer and frequent Skipp collaborator Goodfellow (Spore, Jake’s Wake), whose wife, Tori English, produced; and their daughter, Madeline, also stars as the baby in question.
But for bestselling-novelist-turned-filmmaker Skipp (The Light at the End, Rose: The Bizarro Zombie Musical) and award-winning filmmaker Kasch (Thirsty, Never Sleep Again: The Elm St. Legacy), it’s the beginning of a multi-picture onslaught. More details soon.
Stay at Home Dad will premiere at the World Horror Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 29-April 1, along with Skipp’s Rose short, Fetching Danny.
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